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"Hi Hellen!I was really impressed with this recipe. I used the little slicer on the the side of my square cheese grater to cut up the apples in very tiny slices. I did not press any of the juice out. Turned out awesome! It was a great way to use delicious apples, which I've never tried cooking with before! Crust was great too. I served it w..."
"This was absolutely delicious! I added extra milk and then beat it with my mixer to make it extra fluffy. Then I used it as the filling (instead of the normal whip cream) for a chocolate roll cake! Yummmm."
"Delicious! I gave this one five stars because it was soooo easy and soooo good. Just a note though--when cooking the sause, it did not thicken in the pot, however, it did thicken while baking."
"This did not have too bad of a taste, however, I'm not real big on mixing a citric juice with milk because it will curdle. I am not a milk lover, and so the thought of curdled milk is not good to me."
"These were very good. However, will burn very easily so be sure to watch the first batch as the time may not be correct for your sea level!"
"These were just too simple. They were very good, however I did not have any caster sugar so I just used regular white sugar and it worked quite well except that I would sprinkle much more freely next time as I like my sweets."
"I just tried these and found that they would not stick together in a ball at all. Just dry crumbs. I had to add two cups flour, 3 eggs, 1 tsp baking powder, 1 tsp soda. It must depend on the brand of oatmeal used to make this recipe work!"
"These were really good and easy to make. My son and his friend thought they were great!I made them using homemade whole wheat bread and homemade blueberry jelly. Yummmm.Also, because I hate to waste anything, I took the pieces of crust and dipped them in the leftover egg mixture and deep-fried them as you would french fries. I made a di..."
"This was a tasty recipe, my son loved them. Extremely filling. I found that you must be very sure to cook them slowly over low heat or the oats will burn giving unpleasant taste. Tasted great with maple syrup poured over top."